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New anti-fraud technology launched - Fri, 22 Apr, 2005
Callcredit has developed a new weapon in the war on credit card fraud called CallFraud.... [more]

One third of car crashes will go unclaimed - Fri, 22 Apr, 2005
MORE TH>N has revealed that some 90 per cent of British drivers will be involved in an accident at some point, although a third of them will not make a claim on their insurance.... [more]

Pensioners stand to make £1,500 savings by shopping around - Thu, 21 Apr, 2005 has revealed that pensioners could save as much as £1,500 a year by wising up to better value insurance.... [more]

British utilities bills head for record highs - Thu, 21 Apr, 2005
Thin liquidity is pushing British gas and power prices ever higher, with speculative buying soaring.... [more]

Bundles not always the best deal for bills - Wed, 20 Apr, 2005 is warning consumers that the cheapest bundle deal is not always the best value.... [more]

Car insurance rate rise warning - Wed, 20 Apr, 2005
Sainsbury's Bank has warned drivers about the risks posed by unexpected interest rate rises.... [more]

Mortgage first, youth second - Tue, 19 Apr, 2005
Mortgages are more of a concern to the majority of Britons than their appearance, First Direct has revealed.... [more]

New credit card fraud service introduced - Tue, 19 Apr, 2005
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has responded to consumer fears over credit card fraud and identity theft with a new service aimed at aiding customers restore their credit records should they be the victim of such a crime.... [more]

British Gas stands accused of crafty tactics - Mon, 18 Apr, 2005
Energy Helpline has accused the British Gas of using "crafty tactics" to convince small businesses to sign up for new energy contracts.... [more]

Child Trust Funds being left to waste - Mon, 18 Apr, 2005
Up to £20.4 million is being lost on child trust funds by parents' failure to invest them soon enough, according to Sainsbury's Bank.... [more]

Savings and pensions concerns raised - Fri, 15 Apr, 2005
Savings and pensions issues should be a higher electoral priority, according to Interactive Investor.... [more]

Card fraud worries mount - Fri, 15 Apr, 2005
A credit card security scare at HSBC has prompted new fears about protection against card fraud.... [more]

Student debt soars - Thu, 14 Apr, 2005
Barclays has revealed that the British student debt mountain now stands at £2.46 billion, with the average student owing some £13,501 by the time they graduate, 12 per cent more than last year.... [more]

Top accounts use bonuses to boost performance - Thu, 14 Apr, 2005
Seven of the ten top rated savings accounts rely on bonuses to bolster their performance, the Investec Private Bank has found.... [more]

Greater pensions flexibility - Wed, 13 Apr, 2005
Consumers have greater choice and flexibility in their pension choices under new rules, according to the Annuity Bureau.... [more]

Energy-saving overhaul for commercial properties - Wed, 13 Apr, 2005
A report commissioned by Powergen and carried out by the University of East Anglia has found that neither small businesses nor their landlords are prepared to instigate energy saving measures.... [more]

Tracker-based mortgage increase reported - Tue, 12 Apr, 2005
The up-take of tracker-based mortgages has risen dramatically in the last quarter, according to new data released by My Mortgage Direct (MMD).... [more]

Credit card companies lose out to account switchers - Tue, 12 Apr, 2005
Credit card companies are losing some £80 million a month to people switching accounts to take advantage of interest-free credit card deals.... [more]

18,000 fee-charging ATMs set for installation - Mon, 11 Apr, 2005
Some 18,000 new fee-charging cash machines are set to be installed throughout the UK, despite the concerns expressed by a House of Commons Select Committee.... [more]

Pensioners missing out on assistance - Mon, 11 Apr, 2005
The charity Age Concern believes that as many as 1.8 million pensioners are not receiving the full entitlement of assistance with their council tax bills. ... [more]

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